1. SM300-001 (Sp14): SYSTEMS MGT AND PRACTICE
2. SM300 Materials
3. Week 10 (Mar 31 - Apr 4): Chapter 9: "Project Scheduling: Networks, Duration Estimates, and Critical Path"
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break a task into greater levels of detail so that each task is represented as two or more subtasks that each have their own duration and precedence requirements.
allow project workers to skip "fluff" activities that are not noticed by the end user.
can be used as summaries for some subsets of logically related activities.
force the project manager to identify float more quickly and leverage it more successfully for the overall success of the project.
What is the late start time for Activity B given the activity times and precedence requirements shown in the table?
In general, the better candidates for shortening are:
early tasks opposed to later tasks.
later tasks opposed to early tasks.
merge tasks opposed to burst tasks.
burst tasks opposed to merge tasks.
A sequence of activities defined by the project network logic is a(n):
Use the network diagram and activity lengths...